Baxter appears to ignore our affirming a judgment of the Walker Circuit Court denying coram nobis November 26, 1963.
Now for the first time Baxter claims double jeopardy because his twenty year sentence for assault with intent to murder his wife arose out of the same shooting episode which had led to his earlier conviction for assault and battery on his thirteen year old daughter.
However, there was substantial evidence
A full reading of Gunter v. State, 111 Ala. 23, 20 So. 632, cited by Baxter, manifestly supports the prosecution's making two cases of these separate assaults.
Nothing else new is advanced in Baxter's present requests. Though he wraps his petitions with labels calling for writs of error, yet the content is neither error nor appeal. See Code 1940, T. 15, § 383, last sentence.
Denial of coram nobis is quasi res judicata. Moreover, a writ of error will not lie to review a denial of coram nobis because appeal from coram nobis is exclusive. The time to appeal lapsed. Allen v. State, 42 Ala.App. 9, 150 So.2d 399.